Wednesday May 15
Colorado Springs Independent
Colorado's home to award-winning barbecue sauce
Jeff Greenberg's excited about the 2013 Scovie Awards his barbecue sauce took home in March - second-place honors in the American Style Mild, Diet Friendly and Specialty Chile categories - but not that excited.
Thu May 09, 2013
Police chase ends in crash, rollover
A police chase through Northglenn and Thornton ended with a crash on Thursday morning that left a suspected stolen vehicle upside down and at least six people hurt.
Tue May 07, 2013
CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
Rockies Helton pleads guilty to drunk driving; gets fine, probation
Colorado Rockies first basemen Todd Helton pleaded guilty to DWAI Tuesday morning, and received one year of probation and a $400 fine from a Thornton judge stemming from his arrest in early February.
Sun May 05, 2013
Cubicle decorations: Bring personality into your workspace
This cubicle at a Thornton, Colo., business was styled using a bold fabric pattern on the facing cubicle wall and black-and-white patterned contact paper on an upper cabinet and various accessories.
Sat May 04, 2013
Boulder's masked masses emerge to celebrate Free Comic Book Day
Nikki Beck, 9, right, and her sister, Alana, 8, both of Firestone, look through the free comics in order to make their choice on Saturday, observed across North America and around the world as Free Comic Book Day.
Thu May 02, 2013
Senate committee kills $1M study proposal
A business-backed proposal to study whether Colorado is underutilizing minority- and women-owned contractors died in a Senate committee Wednesday.
Wed May 01, 2013
Adams County asks to see potential benefits from DIA development
Adams County officials on Wednesday sent Denver officials a letter giving Denver Mayor Michael Hancock one week to submit a response that shows how Adams County would benefit from his plan to develop Denver International Airport.
Colorado House approves bill raising oil and gas water testing rules
Colorado's oil and gas companies working in the booming Wattenberg field north of Denver would be required to step up their tests of groundwater before and after new wells are drilled under a bill working its way through the state Legislature.
Colorado-Based Home Builder, Century Communities, Acquires Remainder of Pulte/Centex Colorado Assets
In a move to strengthen its growing position in the Colorado new home marketplace, Century Communities , a locally-owned and operated new home builder, has announced its purchase of the remaining land assets available at Pulte Homes and Centex communities in the Denver-Metro area.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
General Assembly gets down to business
The legislature this week debated several bills aimed at the business community, covering controversial topics including workplace discrimination and unemployment benefits during a lockout.
The Commerce City Sentinel
Staking claims: AdCo commissioner boundaries under redistricting review
Last week marked the first of a series of meetings between the Adams County board of commissioners and county voters, ostensibly to carve out what will be the future territories of five county commissioners.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Daniels Fund Scholars enjoy Capitol surprise
Bill Daniels, the legendary pioneer in cable television known for his kindness and generosity to those in need, must have been smiling from above as he watched the action on the floor of the Colorado House chambers on April 22.
Colorado man sentenced for mailing counterfeit money to Idaho
A federal judge has sentenced a Colorado man to 51 months in prison for sending counterfeit bills and drugs through the mail into Idaho.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Man killed at Denver Denny's was good-hearted, friends say
Friends of a man shot and killed at a Denny's spent Sunday wondering how the big-hearted music lover wound up a homicide victim.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Pair tried to use stolen credit card
Two suspects were caught on camera at a store in Denver, trying to use a credit card stolen from a car in March.
Longmont woman suspected of ID theft, forgery spree arrested in Thornton
A Longmont woman suspected of going on an identity theft and forgery crime spree in March and April has been accused of stealing from fellow inmates in Adams County, according to court records.
In the Pews April 25
Cairn Christian Church, 1700 Stonehenge, Lafayette, will host a community workshop "CIVIL-izing Gay Unions" at 7 p.m. today.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Millions spent on retirement stipends for Adams 12 district teachers
Adams 12 Five Star Schools, a district of about 43,000 students, could end up paying nearly $93 million in retirement stipends because of an ongoing commitment it made to teachers and other certified employees more than two decades ago.